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[Nov. 10th, 2009|11:52 am]
Verminius Rex
Katamari Forever (for PS3) has been secured for family entertainment. It's been out since September, still not sure how I missed it's release. My best guess is that when I was looking it was talked about for the Wii, and that got scrapped or delayed, then I wasn't paying attention when it came out for the PS3.

Got the pans delivered to a friend's house, so there is slightly less clutter in my kitchen. I'm about to take a snow shovel and clean out the living room before one of Kiyan's clinicians comes over for an afternoon visit. Tonight is Pari's 2nd grade musical, she is supposed to dress up like something you find in a garden. We settled on green clothing and a floral garland Marz brought back from NOLA. Works, and has little investment.

I have chicken breast brining for baking later this week. If it was warmer out I'd use the smoker, but wind drops the temp too easily. I also want to see how long it takes on a low, slow convection oven bake. It should make enough meat to feed us for several days. There was still room in the brine container, I resisted getting more chicken because we can only eat so much.

And in Netflix news, I decided to drop Dexter from the queue. I discovered after someone on my flist mentioned not liking where the current season is going, that I didn't care enough about the past season i was covering to follow it anymore. I'm neck deep in CSI and NCIS interest at the moment, but don't see myself following it so intensely in another couple years. Its a time of changing interest, which is good for new experiences but annoying trying to find new programs to like.
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